Architectural heritage of Malaysia
Malaysia has numerous heritage buildings inherited from the British Colonial Government that ruled Malaysia (formerly Malaya) since 1786 started in Penang Island under the British East India Company and later the British Crown/ The colonialism then spread to Melaka state and Singapore (once part of Malaya) in 1826 and eventually the rule spread to the whole Peninsular Malaysia by the end of 19th century.
To make its presence felt and seen, the British Colonial government built numerous prominent buildings especially as administrative buildings that administered any states in Malaya (now Malaysia).
Photographing architectural heritage has become my pet genre of photography although I also equally love other subject like landscape and street. Let me share some of the photographs of some prominent heritage buildings in Malaysia.